Remember the Lake Cumberland Swim in

dougn200

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This is a real event
This picture was taken by a KTBS helicopter flying over

Lake Cumberland! (For those of you who are not local, Lake

Cumberland is about 50 miles South of Lexington KY)



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That has to be a HUGE gator to have a whole deer in its mouth!
Are you ready to go skiing on Lake Cumberland?

If you ski at the west end of the lake -- try not to fall.
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This alligator was near Monticello and Beaver Creek, Kentucky near a house.

Game wardens were forced to shoot the alligator-guess he wouldn't cooperate ..



Anita and Charlie Rogers could hear the bellowing in the night . Their neighbors

had been telling them that they had seen a mammoth alligator in the waterway that

runs behind their house, but they dismissed the stories as exaggerations .. 'I didn't

believe it,' Charles Rogers said. Friday they realized the stories were, if anything, understated.



Kentucky Parks and Wildlife game wardens had to shoot the beast. Joe Goff, 6'5' tall,

a game warden with the Kentucky Parks and Wildlife Department, walks past a 23-foot,

1-inch alligator that he shot and killed in the Rogers' back yard.





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No pictures came through. Too bad. I wanted to see them. Ina (In the Boro).
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This is a real event
This picture was taken by a KTBS helicopter flying over

Lake Cumberland! (For those of you who are not local, Lake

Cumberland is about 50 miles South of Lexington KY)





That has to be a HUGE gator to have a whole deer in its mouth! Are you ready to go skiing on Lake Cumberland?

If you ski at the west end of the lake -- try not to fall.



This alligator was near Monticello and Beaver Creek, Kentucky near a house.

Game wardens were forced to shoot the alligator-guess he wouldn't cooperate ..



Anita and Charlie Rogers could hear the bellowing in the night . Their neighbors

had been telling them that they had seen a mammoth alligator in the waterway that

runs behind their house, but they dismissed the stories as exaggerations .. 'I didn't

believe it,' Charles Rogers said. Friday they realized the stories were, if anything, understated.



Kentucky Parks and Wildlife game wardens had to shoot the beast. Joe Goff, 6'5' tall,

a game warden with the Kentucky Parks and Wildlife Department, walks past a 23-foot,

1-inch alligator that he shot and killed in the Rogers' back yard.
 

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